Meadowridge Voices

A blog for Meadowridge School and the educational community.

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Breaking the Silence: Empowering Indigenous Communities through Menstrual Equity

In the bustling hallways of high school, where the typical concerns revolve around exams, social dynamics, and extracurricular activities, two Grade 11 students, Tara C. and Ruby B. embark on a unique journey as part of their CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service) project. Their initiative seeks to address an issue often kept in the shadows: menstrual equity in isolated Indigenous communities.

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What Can You Tell Me About Clubs at Meadowridge?

With full rosters of Robotics and Athletics teams at Meadowridge School—over 40 opportunities in all, available across the Continuum—the remaining club lineup is intentionally selective. Quality is the priority, and many resources are put into the clubs that are offered. We sat down with Mr. Schofield to find out more about these opportunities for students.

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Alumni Story: Ty Brar '23

During his eleven years at Meadowridge School, Ty Brar ‘23 experienced opportunity, growth, and academic success. From his first year at the school through to graduation, Ty holds many memories, a mix of best moments and meaningful challenges— shaping the young alum into who he is today.

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